Miami loses again

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    The Heat didn't lose because Paul Pierce didn't cover Jamal Crawford at the 3-point line?
     
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    y r we shocked anymore? without atleast one member of the big 3, they are 1-4. celts have continued to win and compete at high level with any of their big 5 (incudg shaq and rondo) missing. they will win minus pp and ray ray. y? thanks to danny! our team is far deeper and shares the wealth much more than miami. our big 5 doesnt have to do everything. baby and quis can contribute plus nate on occasion and certainly delonte when healthy and even jo if healthy!
     
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    [QUOTE]y r we shocked anymore? without atleast one member of the big 3, they are 1-4. celts have continued to win and compete at high level with any of their big 5 (incudg shaq and rondo) missing. they will win minus pp and ray ray. y? thanks to danny! our team is far deeper and shares the wealth much more than miami. our big 5 doesnt have to do everything. baby and quis can contribute plus nate on occasion and certainly delonte when healthy and even jo if healthy!
    Posted by COMMUNIST-CONTRARIAN[/QUOTE]

    The whole story of Miami and Orlando is in the stat line called "assists". Even the Celtics struggle without Rondo though. They are ok for a few games but then the assists tumble too. Miami can win going one on one through out the game but if there is and injury or the other team is playing playoff defense like Boston did in the Cleveland series last year the one on one team is at a disadvantage.

     
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    I watched the game and Lebron insults the game of basketball.

    He absolutely dominates the ball... chucks up bombs and kills the clock constantly. HE has no concept of ball movement unless it gets him an assist on some cross court hero pass.

    Even at the FT line with his teammate shooting. The ball goes up and he just walks away.. not even standing in their in case its a long rebound. Total prima dona. Cant understand how coaches allow this garbage... the Heat looked the the Cavs of last year. Everyone standing around waiting for Lebron.
     
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    [QUOTE]I watched the game and Lebron insults the game of basketball. He absolutely dominates the ball... chucks up bombs and kills the clock constantly. HE has no concept of ball movement unless it gets him an assist on some cross court hero pass. Even at the FT line with his teammate shooting. The ball goes up and he just walks away.. not even standing in their in case its a long rebound. Total prima dona. Cant understand how coaches allow this garbage... the Heat looked the the Cavs of last year. Everyone standing around waiting for Lebron.
    Posted by Karllost[/QUOTE]


    I watched this game as well. L'Ego James even got to Wade later in the game. You could see his digust! Teams are getting to know how to defend LJ better which leads to more heroics.
     
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    Definitely these aren't bright times for the heat.  It's looking more and more like we'll be able to hold home court in the east.  Last night was a worst case scenario for miami.  Close losses, esp ot losses, are worse than blowouts because they're so draining.
     
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    [QUOTE]Definitely these aren't bright times for the heat.  It's looking more and more like we'll be able to hold home court in the east.  Last night was a worst case scenario for miami.  Close losses, esp ot losses, are worse than blowouts because they're so draining.
    Posted by cole-ely[/QUOTE]

    Funny how so many posters had us falling to 3rd or 4th place a couple weeks ago.
     
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    They looked real bad.  Atlanta looked pretty bad too and they beat Miami.  The ego thing is creeping back into this team.  Some players aren't able to put the team first.  It is interesting to hear people ask the celtics players - would this have worked when they were in their 20's - and for the most part the answer is it probably would not have worked.  Seems like that's what we're seeing right now in Maimi.
     
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    [QUOTE]Wade and Lebron played over 43 minutes last night. These guys are going to continue to breakdown. It's a long season.
    Posted by Kirk6[/QUOTE]

    Agree that they can't continue to play almost the entire game without it having some effect.  Even though they are young, they still need some rest during the game.  The coach needs to figure something out, or I don't see them being very healthy during the playoffs. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Miami loses again : And to think Wilt once averaged 48.5 minutes a game for an entire season...
    Posted by Kirk6[/QUOTE]

    Good point.....Wilt was an iron man and had a body by Atlas.  But, even Wilt didn't have to run up and down at the speed these two do it and have to jump as much as these two have to.  That's why its important to have good teammates - so you don't have to try to kill yourself carrying the team the whole time!  Lebron has never learned that.  
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Miami loses again : Good point.....Wilt was an iron man and had a body by Atlas.  But, even Wilt didn't have to run up and down at the speed these two do it and have to jump as much as these two have to.  That's why its important to have good teammates - so you don't have to try to kill yourself carrying the team the whole time!  Lebron has never learned that.  
    Posted by Celtsfan4life[/QUOTE]

    Wilt had to be in good shape.  He had to take care of the women also.
     

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